Alaska: The Last Frontier of Farming

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As cheaper technology and a changing climate make growing food easier, more Alaskans are turning to farming. (High Country News)

When is Alaska’s growing season?

Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers Toolkit Text Set.

Hay fields line the road traveling from Palmer, Alaska, to Anchorage. Rich volcanic soil, abundant water and land, and climate change have led to a 62% increase in Alaska farms selling directly to consumers (between 2007 and 2014).
Photograph by Don Galligan, courtesy Wikimedia. Public domain

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